Last login: Thursday, August 5, 2010
It's been bothering me for a long time, that Pt. Loma wastewater plant dumps 100 million of gallons of basically untreated sewage into the ocean, and affects the beaches now and then. My point is that we could treat that water while in the million gallon tanks at that site with bioenzymes and would clean the water over 95% of sewage, oils, grease, bacteria, hydrocarbons, benzene and a slew of other contaminates. Just add enzymes to water and it starts eating bad things.
Then, these millions of gallons a day can be pumped into a basin and we wind up with a lake of water that can be reused with final treatment procedures. Simple and would save lots of water for use, and stop polluting the ocean as well.
I can't understand how someone will take $2 million to check a few sites and think about what to do. What a waste of money, that would buy lots and lots of bioenzymes. I can tell how to put in the enzymes, and save this handout of $2,000,000. Just ask. Thanks. Ed
August 5, 2010 at 2:41 p.m.
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